UK Citizenship Test

UK Citizenship Practice Test 7

This Life in the UK practice test contains 24 sample questions and 45 minutes time limit. Remember that you need to get at least 18 Questions correct or 75% to pass this Life in the UK practice test.

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  1. In 1999, what happened to hereditary peers in the House of Lords?
    • Their numbers were greatly increased.
    • Their salaries were stopped.
    • Women were allowed to inherit their titles.
    • They lost their automatic right to attend the House of Lords.
  2. In 1588, which country sent a large fleet of ships to conquer England and restore Catholicism?
    • India
    • USA
    • Russia
    • Spain
  3. St Andrews is the patron saint of Wales
    • True
    • False
  4. A famous Stone Age site in the United Kingdom is
    • Stonehenge
    • Chequers
    • Windsor Castle
    • None of the above
  5. Where the English settlers did began to colonies during Queen Elizabeth I's reign?
    • China
    • Australia
    • The eastern coast of North America
    • India
  6. Which country is a part of the Commonwealth?
    • Canada
    • USA
    • Norway
    • None of the above
  7. How many people from Indian descent lived in 2001?
    • 1.8 million
    • 1.1 million
    • 3.1 million
    • 4.1 million
  8. The major tennis championship held in UK is called as
    • Grand National Tennis Championship
    • Wimbledon Tennis Championship
    • None of the above
  9. Unlike past, now-a-days children in the UK do not play outside their home
    • True
    • False
  10. Earlier, women had more opportunities than today to continue university studies
    • True
    • False
  11. There is a dragon on the official flag of Wales. TRUE or FALSE?
    • True
    • False
  12. What document specifies the list of furniture and fittings in a property?
    • Inclusive
    • An accessory list
    • A log
    • An inventory
  13. Who is the only person that can give advice, warn and encourage the government matters?
    • MPs
    • Prime Minister
    • Queen
    • Speaker
  14. When is April fool’s Day celebrated?
    • 1st July
    • 1st June
    • 1st May
    • 1st April
  15. Who established the Church of England?
    • The Queen
    • Elizabeth I
    • Henry VIII
    • None of the above
  16. Members of the House of Lords may stand for election to the House of Commons and are eligible for all public offices
    • True
    • False
  17. Light-hearted plays with music and comedy, which are enjoyed by family audiences and based on fairy stories are known as
    • Children’s plays
    • Hogmanay
    • Parades
    • Pantomimes
  18. If an MP dies or resigns, there will be a fresh election, which is known as
    • Coalition
    • By-election
    • First past the post
    • Hansard
  19. When did Emmeline Pankhurst set up the women’s Franchise League, which fought to get the vote in local elections for married women?
    • 1885
    • 1881
    • 1889
    • 1883
  20. Members of the public are allowed to attend Youth Court hearings. TRUE or FALSE?
    • True
    • False
  21. Which of the following venues is located in Glasgow?
    • Buckingham Palace
    • The O2
    • The SECC
    • Wembley Stadium
  22. Who was the mother of Elizabeth I?
    • Jane Seymour
    • Catherine of Aragon
    • Anne of Cleves
    • Anne Boleyn
  23. When was the Northern Ireland Parliament established for the first time?
    • In 1942
    • In 1912
    • In 1922
    • In 1932
  24. How many times have the Olympic Games been hosted in the UK?
    • 11
    • 10
    • 3
    • 12

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You need to get at least 75% (18 Questions correct) to pass this Life in the UK practice test.